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    Default Statistics Through 10 Games

    I figured, 10 games in might as well take a look at how our players stand statistically.

    I bolded the stats that I think are most interesting.

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    Player                       MPG    PPG    FG%    3P%    eFG%    TS%     PPS     ORB   DRB     TRB     TRB%     STL     STL%     AST      AST%      BLK     BLK%      TO      TO%      PER     ORtg     DRtg    WS      WS/48
    --------------------         ----   ----   ----   ----   ----    ----    ----    ----  ----    ----    ----     ----    ----      ----    ----       ----    ----     ----    ----     ----    ----     ----    ----     ----
    Paul George                  35.5   23.3   .465   .365   .532   .590    1.355    0.9    6.1     7.0     11.4     1.4     2.1      3.2      17.6      0.3     0.6      2.8     12.4     23.8    112       93      1.9     .252
    Roy Hibbert                  29.5   11.7   .505   .000   .505   .548    1.286    3.2    5.8     9.0     20.9     0.3     0.5      1.0      5.8       4.6     11.4     2.5     19.0     20.5    102       88      1.1     .185
    David West                   29.4   11.5   .442  1.000   .447   .498    1.106    1.1    5.7     6.8     13.4     1.1     2.0      2.4      14.1      1.5     3.8      1.8     13.5     16.3    100       90      1.0     .157
    George Hill                  29.7   11.3   .406   .450   .477   .536    1.234    0.3    1.7     2.0     3.9      0.4     0.8      3.6      19.6      0.6     1.4      1.4     12.0     13.7    110      100      0.7     .152
    Lance Stephenson             33.8   13.7   .458   .450   .534   .540    1.161    1.0    3.9     4.9     8.9      0.5     0.8      5.0      25.6      0.1     0.2      2.0     13.6     15.3    109       98      1.2     .165 
    Luis Scola                   18.1   7.8    .537   .000   .537   .546    1.164    0.8    2.8     3.6     11.5     0.3     0.9      0.8      8.2       0.5     2.0      1.3     15.4     13.7     98       96      0.4     .117
    Orlando Johnson              14.8   5.9    .477   .313   .534   .599    1.341    0.3    2.2     2.5     9.8      0.3     1.1      0.9      10.2      0.0     0.0      0.7     12.4     14.9    114       97      0.6     .186
    Ian Mahinmi                  16.5   2.2    .333   .000   .333   .480    1.467    1.2    2.2     3.4     12.0     0.6     1.9      0.2      1.7       1.0     4.5      1.4     37.9     5.3      78       92      0.2     .060
    CJ Watson                    22.8   6.0    .382   .238   .427   .480    1.091    0.2    1.4     1.6     4.1      0.7     1.6      2.6      17.7      0.2     0.6      0.7     10.1     10.4    106       99      0.6     .126
    Solomon Hill                 10.3   1.2    .286   .100   .321   .370    0.786    0.7    1.4     2.1     11.7     0.3     0.6      0.8      10.7      0.2     1.6      0.8     32.0     4.4      78       97      0.1     .026
    Chris Copeland               5.6    4.4    .500   .545   .714   .739    1.571    0.0    0.0     0.0     0.0      0.2     1.9      0.4      15.5      0.2     2.7      0.0     0.0      33.6    150       99      0.2     .431
    Donald Sloan                 12.4   4.2    .467   .333   .533   .595    1.400    0.2    1.8     2.0     9.3      0.4     1.7      2.0      25.7      0.0     0.0      0.4     10.2     17.6    128       93      0.3     .267
    Lance's number shave dropped off a lot the past few games, but he is still assisting 1/4th of all made shots, not by him, while he is on the court.

    Orlando's advance offensive statistics are some of the best on the team. This is mostly all against back-ups so it isn't like he is challenging Paul as the best offensive player, but I think it shows that he should be more utilized as an offensive weapon with the back-ups.

    What is up with CJ's shooting? Wasn't he supposed to be a good shooter?

    Roy, Ian, and Solo, especially the latter two, are turnover machines.

    Solo is absolutely horrid on offense.

    I don't think there is a lot you can take away from Chris and Donald, simply out of sample size, other than we can truly go 13 deep if we need to.

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    Hibbert gets alot of turnovers because he doesn't go up strong enough occasionally and holds the ball to low when he gets the passes so guards just rip it right out of it him. The most common is the latter as I have noticed in games, a problem he has had a for awhile.

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    That chart is just too hard on the eyes. Can someone turn that into a real spreadsheet? Thank you.
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    Default Re: Statistics Through 10 Games

    How's this?





    Paul G and Lance's outside shooting have cooled off. Paul G's usage is still bat **** insane though.

    Hibbert's block% is at a crazy level.

    On turnovers, just about everyone on the team is at a higher TO rate than their career average, except (remarkably) Paul G and Lance. But the bigs especially are having TO issues, not just Roy and Ian, but even West and Scola have higher than normal TO rates.

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